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Anglicans Online last updated 20 August 2000
Anglican Commission for the Environment. This initiative of the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn 'aims to promote Christian obligation to nurture and care for the environment'.
John Pridmore reviews the Archbishop of Canterbury's new Tokens of Trust: An Introduction to Christian Belief. 'A series of talks the Archbishop gave in Canterbury Cathedral in the week before Easter 2005, the Archbishop writes accessibly about Christian belief, but he does not pretend that these are shallow waters'.
Steven Shakespeare reviews Trevor Greenfield's An Introduction to Radical Theology: The Death and Resurrection of God.
Richard Coles reviews Frank Senn's The People's Work: A Social History of the Liturgy.
Books, Reviews and Journals
From Project Canterbury and the Archives of the Diocese of New York comes an extensive directory of material by William Thomas Manning (1866-1949), tenth bishop of New York. The documents now online flesh out Manning's opinions and activities in connection with cathedral building, ecumenism, world affairs and liturgical matters.
International Volunteer Programme. This project of the Korean Anglican Community Centre in London 'works closely with the Church of England, the Anglican Church of Korea, Korean Social Workers Association, the British Social Workers Association, and the National Council for Voluntary Organisations' to facilitate care-giving ministry by Korean young people in Britain. (Site text mostly in Korean.)
Save Our Parsonages: 'Traditional rectories and vicarages are part of our ecclesiastical heritage, just as much as churches, and they are also major resources for the Church. They are focal points for parish and community life. SOP's objectives are therefore based on the tripartite argument of mission, community and heritage.'
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St Andrew's Priory School: Honolulu, Hawai'i. Kindergarten through grade 12 college preparatory curriculum. Founded in 1867 by Queen Emma Kaleleonalani.
St Clement's School: Aina Haina, Oahu, Hawai'i. For children from age two through grade six.
St Francis High School: Louisville, Kentucky. 'coeducational, independent, interdenominational college preparatory high school' affiliated with the Diocese of Kentucky.
For more information about these and other vacancies, see our Vacancies Centre.
Iraqi Christian conference: Canon Andrew White, Anglican Vicar of Baghdad, speaks on the BBC Religion and Ethics programme about Christian life in Iraq today. (Real Media format).
The Pope and Islam: Jane Kramer writes in The New Yorker: 'Benedict wants to purify the Church, to make it more observant, obedient, and disciplined—more like the way he sees Islam.'
Nicholas Holtam reviews Is Religion Dangerous? by Keith Ward. Despite Ward's hanging the book on refuting Dawkins, 'this book is a well-written Christian apologetic with passages that take off brilliantly.'
John Pridmore reviews Adults as Children: Images of Childhood in the Ancient World and the New Testament, by James M. M. Francis.
Lavinia Byrne reviews Mother Teresa: Saint or celebrity?, by Gëzim Alpion who explores whether or not Mother Teresa engaged with the media and manipulated it, and 'argues that while she "hated the media per se . . . she never ceased using every medium of mass communication. In her own words: 'the press make people aware of the poor and that is worth any sacrifice on my part.'"
Cuddesdon College 1854-1904: A Record and Memorial (1904). This illustrated memorial volume is part of a new, enlarged directory on material related to the history of Cuddesdon College, an English theological college.
French-language resources on Anglicanism. This new directory of French-language Anglican historical material includes bibliographic information as well as external links and a variety of sermons and other documents.
Episcopal Elections or Announcements
Letters to Anglicans Online
For more information on these and other vacancies, see our Vacancies Centre.
Seeking a position? Scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites with vacancies listings throughout the communion.
On Easter morning a new order broke into the world: Geoffrey Rowell writes in the Times (London).
St Hilda of Whitby: BBC Radio 4's In Our Time programme focused this week on St Hilda of Whitby, seventh-century English saint.
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